Black Friday LG TV deals 2022 - take advantage of the best sales

Black Friday LG TV deals
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The best Black Friday LG TV deals have kicked into gear with the big day, and we're seeing a huge range of deals and discounts on new TVs dropping in and out as retailers reveal their best offers and they're swiftly replaced by others as stock availability leaps up and down according to market whims and audience attention.

But it's not always easy to pinpoint what the best deals are. Below, we've whittled it all down to the best Black Friday LG TV deals currently available and in stock. That includes some of the best gaming TVs on the market for under $1000.

So, scroll on for hints and tips on how to get ready for this year's Black Friday LG TV deals. We've got some intel on what you should look out for in terms of the best screens from the manufacturer, too.

Black Friday LG TV deals - USA

$338.00 (opens in new tab)

LG UHD (43-inch) | $338.00 $246.99 at Walmart (opens in new tab) Save $91 - If you're looking for a basic UHD TV without all the premium bells and whistles, look no further.

$549.99 (opens in new tab)

LG 50NANO50UPA (50-inch) | $549.99 $429.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab) Save $120 - A good deal on a great TV that comes with a stunning display that's rich in color. Get it before it's gone!

$1,499.99 (opens in new tab)

LG OLED C1 (55-inch) | $1,499.99 $1,289.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab) Save $221 - A pretty good deal on a pretty good TV, the C1 is a solid mid-price option (by the standards of LG TVs at least) for those looking to set up their living room in style.

LG QNED80 TV (65-inch) | $896.99 (opens in new tab)

LG QNED80 TV (65-inch) | $896.99 $796.99 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save $100 - One of LG's cheaper models (in terms of price, not quality) has seen the QNED80 drop to $796,99 – the lowest price we've seen. For comparison, it was priced at $1296.99 in April earlier this year. Great bang for your buck.


LG UQ7590 4K TV (75-inch) | $629.99 at LG (opens in new tab)

LG UQ7590 4K TV (75-inch) |$629.99 at LG (opens in new tab)

This 75-inch LG TV is cheaper on its official site right now than anywhere else we could find it - and considering it's explicitly a Black Friday sale, we don't expect it to stay cheap for long. A 4K Smart TV that'll stretch across your wall, this is the chance for many to get next-level screens at reasonable prices.

LG G1 OLED TV (55-inch) | $1,399.99 (opens in new tab)

LG G1 OLED TV (55-inch) | $1,399.99 $1,189.99 at Best Buy (opens in new tab)
Save $210 - Although it's still sitting over the $1K mark, that's tremendous value for one of the best LG screens from last year. Just be aware that you'll have to buy the stand separately.

LG C2 EVO OLED TV (77-inch) | $3,499.99 (opens in new tab)

LG C2 EVO OLED TV (77-inch) | $3,499.99 $2,499.99 at LG (opens in new tab)
Save $1,000 - Wanting a top-of-the-line model? Then look no further as the LG C2 EVO not only offers stunning quality but this model is also enormous at 77-inches. With a discount of $1,000, it's arguably the best time to buy. 

LG B2 PUA series OLED 4K UHD | 77-inch | $3,299.99 (opens in new tab)

LG B2 PUA series OLED 4K UHD | 77-inch | $3,299.99 $2,099.99 at LG (opens in new tab)
Save $1,200 - A big saving on an even bigger TV. At 77-inches and more than a grand in saving, the only question you'll need to think about is whether you have the wall space.

Black Friday LG TV deals - UK

LG UQ7500 4K TV (43-inch) | £379.00 (opens in new tab)

LG UQ7500 4K TV (43-inch) | £379.00 £319.00 at Currys (opens in new tab)
Save £60 - Want a great new TV for less? You can't do much better than this 4K panel from LG, now a solid £60 less in the Currys sale. It's a drop down from a previous sales price of £50 off, so no guarantees it's going to get any further after it's already had its price slashed twice!

LG 50UQ80006LB LED, 4K UHD HDR (50-inch) | £479 (opens in new tab)

LG 50UQ80006LB LED, 4K UHD HDR (50-inch) | £479 399 at Very (opens in new tab)
Save £80 - Alternatively, if you want something a bit cheaper that offers a 50-inch screen, the LG 50UQ model packs the same great 4K Ultra HD and HDR capabilities. You save £80 here too. 

LG 50NANO766Q Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV (50-inch) | £529.00 (opens in new tab)

LG 50NANO766Q Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV (50-inch) | £529.00 £449.00 at Currys (opens in new tab)
Save £80.00 -
If you're looking for something at the 50-inch screen size then this model that utilizes LG's NanoCell technology for pure colors and an incredibly sharp picture is perfect. A small discount that helps get it comfortably under that £500 mark. 

LG OLED C2 4K TV (65-inch) | £ (opens in new tab)

LG OLED C2 4K TV (65-inch) | £2,699.99 £1,699.00 at Amazon (opens in new tab)
Save £1,000 - This is the cheapest price we've ever seen for this LG model in the UK, reducing it by a whopping 37% and offering up a grand in savings. Stock is limited and selling fast, so be quick if interested.

Black Friday LG TV deals - FAQ

LG C2 4K TV deal

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When will the Black Friday LG TV deals start?

Want to know when you can expect the discounts this year? Black Friday LG TV deals always take place after Thanksgiving, and to be precise, they occur on the very last Friday in November. With that in mind, we can expect the 2022 reductions to kick off on November 25.

Well, sort of. You see, the offers aren't limited to that 24-hour period. Indeed, they begin to appear from mid-November onwards. They continue after the weekend and into Cyber Monday too. So yes, the best deals are reserved for Black Friday proper. But you can still take advantage of incredible savings on either side as well.

Where will the best Black Friday LG TV deals be?

Want to stay ahead of the curve? We've listed the retailers you should keep an eye on this November below, and our team have found them to be the most consistent in terms of good Black Friday LG TV deals.

Here are the headlines: in the US, Amazon can sometimes have flash sales on Black Friday week, and Best Buy is always a regular stop for big savings. 

In the UK, there's arguably a little more variety in where you shop, though we'd recommend both Currys and John Lewis as your first ports of call.

US: 

Amazon: stocks some cheaper models but mostly premium displays (opens in new tab)
Best Buy:
regular savings on the latest OLED and 4K displays (opens in new tab)
B&H Photo:
low prices on budget and renewed displays (opens in new tab)
Newegg:
best for older models with lower price tags (opens in new tab)
Walmart:
great prices on 4K models with in-store pickup (opens in new tab)

UK: 

Amazon: often has the best prices around and speedy delivery (opens in new tab)
Very:
wide selection with regular discounts (opens in new tab)
Currys:
regular discounts and additional promo codes (opens in new tab)
Argos:
varied selection, sometimes with same-day delivery (opens in new tab)
John Lewis:
regular savings and excellent warranties (opens in new tab)
Appliances Direct:
best for older and renewed models (opens in new tab)
PRC Direct:
best for great prices on premium displays (opens in new tab)

Black Friday LG TV deals - what to expect

LG G2 OLED TV

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LG makes some of the best TVs for PS5 and Xbox Series X, but you don't have to spend big to get some of the latest tech behind the panel. In fact, we've seen Black Friday LG TV deals as low as $200 in the past. This year those kinds of prices might be reserved for older displays, or smaller FHD panels. However, we are expecting some excellent discounts in the $400-$1,000 price bracket. 

Black Friday LG TV deals will also bleed over into some of the best Black Friday OLED TV deals, with premium panels potentially taking their biggest price cuts of the year. As an example, the LG C1 OLED is one of the best on the market and has the price tag to prove it. However, you won't be delving too far into that $1,000 price point in November. The 55-inch model has regularly been on sale for a record low of $1,496.99 (MSRP $1,799) over the last few months which means we can comfortably expect a $1,399 price tag during the holiday sale.

Last year's best Black Friday LG TV deals

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LG 43-inch 4K TV (43UP7000PUA) | $376.99 $326.99 at Walmart
Save $50 - If you were just after a 4K TV without all the premium bells and whistles that can drive the cost up, this $326.99 price tag on the 7000-Series 43-inch LG looked particularly strong. That was excellent value for a UHD display with all the latest apps.

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LG NanoCell 75 Series 50-inch 4K TV | $569.99 $499.99 at Best Buy
Save $70 - This was the lowest price (apart from an additional $1 saving on Amazon that sold out) we'd seen on the 50-inch LG NanoCell TV, with a $70 saving nudging us into new price territory on this high-quality display. Previous discounts have only ever settled at a $549 position, so you were getting excellent value here.

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LG GX 55-inch OLED TV | Deco Gear soundbar | wall mount kit | $1,799.99 $1,569 at Walmart
Save $230 - $1,569 was a fantastic price on this Black Friday OLED TV bundle at Walmart considering Amazon was still selling this previous generation G-Series model for $1,569 by itself. That meant you were getting an additional soundbar and wall mounting kit for free here.

Hunting down something a little less conventional? Don't miss 2022's Black Friday projector deals. And if you want a little more power under the hood, be sure to read up on our top tips for finding the most must-have Black Friday 120Hz 4K TV deals or Black Friday QLED TV deals. It's worth keeping an eye out for Black Friday 8K TV deals as well, especially because they include Black Friday Sony TV deals and Black Friday Samsung TV deals.

Tabitha Baker
Managing Editor - Hardware

Managing Editor of Hardware at GamesRadar+, I originally landed in hardware at our sister site TechRadar before moving over to GamesRadar. In between, I've written for Tom’s Guide, Wireframe, The Indie Game Website and That Video Game Blog, covering everything from the PS5 launch to the Apple Pencil. Now, i'm focused on Nintendo Switch, gaming laptops (and the keyboards and mice that come with them), and tracking everything that suggests VR is about to take over our lives.

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